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the green for power and profit plummeted an entire continent into chaos and violence. this is the journey back into the history of slavery. our documentary series slavery routes starts march 9th d.w. . this is the news and the top stories. the u.s. government has criticized china's response to the corona virus outbreak saying there's been a lack of transparency of the numbers infected a surge in the number of cases and deaths in china is being put down to a new method of classifying symptoms. german president frank has used a speech during events commemorating the 75th anniversary of the the destruction of dresden in world war 2 to which germans to defend democracy the allied bombing
campaign killed $25000.00 people and left the city in ruins. the un has accused more than 100 israeli businesses of violating palestinian rights by operating in the occupied west bank palestinian officials welcome to finding these ready prime minister benjamin netanyahu has called the report shameful. british prime minister barak johnson has fired several ministers in a major cabinet reshuffle and in a surprise move finance minister side job that has put reports say the job that refused an order from johnson to fire his advisors. this is news from berlin for more followers on twitter or visit our website at state dot com. on this day in 1905 with the nazi war machine in its final. throes british and american planes began dropping bombs on
the eastern german city of dresden igniting a fire storm that would last for days 25000 people die 75 years later as the witnesses are dying out researching neo nazis and far right politicians are attacking the facts of history waging war on what and how we remember tonight the battle over dresden the battle that still rages on i'm bored goffin berlin this is the day. she waited we remember today the history of the bombing about country and we remember both. the suffering of people in german cities and the suffering that germans inflicted on others. ted bundy.